Job interview coaching for professionals
Job interviews as of today are quite different when compared with those job interviews some few decades back. As of now, the job interviews require much logical thinking and hard preparation on all aspects pertaining to the job positions advertised by the recruiter or by the employer. Job interviews provides an opportunity for the candidate to convince the interviewer within a short span of time that he or she is the best candidate for the concerned job position.
Job interview coaching helps and guides the candidates in not only getting their desired jobs but also in knowing and learning about the various interview techniques for acing the job interview with success. Job interview coaching techniques as like any other subject can be learned and mastered so that the candidate can get the desired job as per his/her qualifications and work experience. The job interview questions for professionals like accountants, engineers, IT programmers, hospitality management professionals is largely concentrated or based on their respective job experience in addition to asking most popular questions like:
—The probable reasons that you consider for hiring you on this job,
—Telling the interview panel about the strengths and weaknesses,
— Reasons for working for the concerned organization or with the recruiter,
—Reasons for leaving previous jobs, salary expectations, have you ever been fired or resigned, experience in the present field or job,
—Why have you left your previous job or jobs?
In addition to the above-mentioned questions, a professional who already had enough experience in his/her subjects are asked questions related with their profession. For instance, an accountant, the job interview is rather focused on accounting related aspects as accounting is a profession and only an accountant would be able to understand and is capable of carrying on the sciences of finance as a job. Some of the questions that are usually asked related with accounting interview are:
1. Why have you decided to work as an accountant?
2. What are the qualities that make for a good accountant?
3. Majority of questions asked is based on the subject of accounting and finance such as when does the creditor becomes a debtor? What is depreciation? Questions pertaining to balance sheet, assets and liabilities, P/L statements, bank reconciliation statements etc.
Therefore, professionals has to make sure that in addition to preparing for general job interview questions they are also required to be thorough with their respective subject based questions being asked by the interview panel.